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Paddy and his Shamrock Circle

>> Saturday, March 9, 2013

My card today is continuing with Thursday's challenge...shamrocks.  I chose the Shamrock Circle, Paddy Bear and the Happy St. Patrick's Day greeting. I stamped the shamrock circle on certainly celery and used a circle punch to cut out the center and then a large scallop punch to finish it off. I only used Paddy's head for this creation and colored him in gray, crumb cake and green. The gray layer was embossed with the lattice folder and some fun gingham ribbon to match. 
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And now the Stamp-A-Versary Clue!!

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Find the 4 current stamp designs that were featured in our
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Today's Clue

Mystery Stamp B

Clue #5:

Long may it wave

The far!

Mystery Stamp AMystery Stamp BMystery Stamp CMystery Stamp D
Play your cards right and you can win!No Checkers on this board.Varoom!Oh square of squares.
It is a big deal!No Saluting requiredNo exercise hereTime is of the essence
Some things just suit meNot the pitsBest friends with HarleyBeen around since the sundial
Ooohhh, RoyaltyOnly winners get to take me for a rideGo Hog wild!The Mayans loved me!
Not in the cards, oh wait, yes it is!Long may it waveComing Soon!Coming Soon!


Jennifer E. said...

Love that shade of green and your layout too!

Shelia said...

Pam, your shamrock wreath looks so pretty the way you cut it out and I really like Paddy's head on it with the bow. Great St. Paddy's Day card!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

What a cute St. Paddy's day card, Pam! The scallops die is perfect for your wreath and I like how you added just part of the bear to it.

Karin said...

I really like the green and charcoal color combo on your card and the background emobossing adds the perfect bit of texture!

Samantha said...

Great card, Pam. I like how you cut out the wreath!

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